Earl Grey Loose Tea Caddy

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Our famous Earl Grey tea is one of our signature blends, using only the best bergamot oil – pure and natural oil from bergamot orchards in Calabria, Italy. Our homegrown leaves are blended with the best Assam and subtly infused with bergamot oil. Selected for our new, luxury caddy box and sleeve, our Earl Grey is made famous by Tregothnan’s family connection to Sir Charles Grey, the pioneer of this fine English brew.

Is Earl Grey Tea good for you?

Tea leaves and bergamot contain antioxidants which can help to keep the immune system healthy
Earl Grey Tea is packed with flavour but has zero calories so offers a good replacement for sugary drinks
Earl Grey tea has been studied for its effect on decreasing bad cholesterol while improving good cholesterol in the body


Each box contains 14 individually sealed Earl Grey tea pouches for ultra freshness, meaning your last serving of tea will be as fresh as your first! We have measured the perfect quantity of loose leaf Earl Grey tea and sealed in the bright, citrussy bergamot flavour into airtight foil pouches. Easy to brew, just open the pouch and pour the contents into your tea infuser.

Brewing instructions

To brew a cup of the best Earl Grey tea, use freshly boiled water which has been left to cool to approximately 90ºc, to avoid the tea leaves from being scorched with overly hot water. We recommend three to four minutes of steeping time for the perfect, invigorating Earl Grey brew.

Brewing the Perfect Cup

Use 1 tea bag

Water 90ºc

3-4 mins

Can be served without milk and can be sweetened with honey or sugar to taste

About us

Rare plants have been nurtured by the same family at Tregothnan since 1334. The first tea was grown in the UK in 1999 to put the ‘English into English Tea’ and the most British tea in history was first sold in 2005.

Now, over 26 miles of tea bushes thrive in the unique microclimate, seven miles inland and with a deep-sea creek bringing regular fog. Manuka bushes have also thrived here since the 1880’s, the first grown outside of New Zealand and producing the most delicious honey.